Audubon Washington and the chapters of the Northwest II region are pleased to welcome back chapter leaders from across Washington State for an in-person weekend of community and conservation. We'll meet in the newly-renovated Dungeness River Nature Center in Sequim, a partnership between the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe and the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society. We'll cover shared conservation issues, education programs, upcoming legislative strategies, partnerships with Tribes, and a new migration mapping project from National Audubon. We can't wait to put our heads together to tackle some of the biggest conservation challenges in Washington!
Friday, September 30 - Saturday, October 2
Dungeness River Nature Center
2151 W HENDRICKSON Rd
Sequim, WA 98382
Friday, September 30 from 2:00PM - 8:00PM
We'll discuss the latest statewide conservation work and hear chapter resolutions from the Washington State Conservation Council (WSACC). Refreshments and a pizza dinner will be provided.
Saturday, October 1 from 9:00AM - 6:00PM
Sessions and workshops will help us tackle some of the biggest conservation challenges in Washington. Author and naturalist Lyanda Haupt will be the keynote speaker. Refreshments, lunch, and a catered reception will be provided.
Sunday, October 2 - Optional field trip day
2. Secure lodging in Sequim. We reserved blocks of rooms at the Sequim Holiday Inn (360) 681-8756. You can book a room at the reduced rate of $160/night at either hotel by calling and asking to book in the "Audubon" block. There are also many other hotels and RV accommodations nearby.
3. Nominate someone from your chapter for the Helen Engle Volunteer of the Year Award by September 2
4. Submit a Washington State Audubon Conservation Council (WSACC) Resolution with your chapter by September 2
5. Prepare to follow COVID safety protocols of being fully vaccinated and bringing enough at-home test kits to test yourself each morning before the meeting. Masks are optional.
- Field Trip Registration